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Chamber of Commerce The 1000 Islands Gananoque Chamber of Commerce has the amazing task of promoting business, industry and a sense of community within an area that almost sells itself.

The Chamber covers Gananoque and the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, including the villages of Seeleys Bay, Lyndhurst, Lansdowne, Rockport, Ivy Lea and all points in between.

The formal objective of the 1000 Islands Gananoque Chamber of Commerce is to promote and improve trade, commerce and the cultural, civic and social well-being of the district served by this organization.

The chamber has a long history within the town and adjoining regions. In fact, it recently celebrated its 75th anniversary year. Today, the chamber works to promote a variety of businesses from country inns to stylish restaurants and factories to fishing lodges.

The 1000 Islands region is always growing in popularity. The chamber receives requests for its Visitors Guide every day from all parts of the globe. Guides are sent out to places such as Bangladesh, Switzerland and the Czech Republic. People everywhere are talking about this tiny piece of paradise, it truly is an international destination.

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Chamber of Commerce History: 75 Years Ago…On Monday evening, Mayor A.L. Lott placed before a public meeting at the Town Hall his proposal to form a Chamber of Commerce in Gananoque. It met with unanimous support. It is envisioned that the Chamber could study and advise council on such matters as a swimming pool for children, the building of a new bridge across the Gananoque River, the securing of the best men as councillors and other matters as their object the welfare and advancement of the town. It is agreed there are obstacles to be overcome but enthusiasm is high and the spirit and dedication of those who attended the meeting will see it becomes a reality.February 9th Edition of the Gananoque Reporter